Monday, November 23, 2015

GED Prep Classes in Clarksville, TX.....

GED Prep Classes will begin Monday, Nov. 30th at the Hub Community Center in Clarksville (501 W Broadway Clarksville, Texas).EVERY Monday, Wednesday 6-9PM and Thursday 9-12PM. 
Call 903-427-3991 (Danielle Petty, RRC Librarian) to find out more. Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts., 903-782-0467.

Holiday closing.....

The library will be closed from 
Wed.,Nov. 25th - Sat.,Nov. 28th 
and will reopen on Monday Nov. 30th.

We wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Auditions for "A Christmas Carol"

The auditions will be from 6 pm - 8 pm on Monday, November 2nd and Tuesday, November 3rd. We will hold auditions for a 30-40 minute version of "A Christmas Carol" to be held in Red River County Public Library. The three performances will be held on the Historic Downtown Clarksville Square, the times of the performances TBA. If unable to meet at the times shown, other arrangements may be made prior to this date. 

Anyone is welcome to audition, no preparation or experience needed. We will have forms to fill out, then participants will do cold readings from parts of the script pre-selected. There are parts for all ages!

Parts in script:
Carolers/ Townspeople (anyone)
Scrooge (older man)
Fred (man)
Bob Cratchit (man)
First Gentleman - Solicitor (man or woman)
Second Gentleman - Solicitor (man or woman)
Jacob Marley (man)
Ghost of Christmas Past (any)
Ghost of Christmas Present (any)
Ghost of Christmas Future (any)
Boy Scrooge (young boy)
Child 1 (young child)
Child 2 (young child)
Child 3 (young child)
Fan (young woman or young girl)
Young Man Scrooge (young man)
Belle (young woman)
Mrs. Cratchit (woman)
Martha Cratchit (young girl)
Bonnie Cratchit (young girl)
Robbie Cratchit (young boy)
Tiny Tim (young boy)
First Man (man)
Second Man (man)
Mrs. Dilber (woman)
Old Joe (woman)
Boy (young boy)

Hope to see you there!
We would like to say "Thank You" for the support and patience we received from our patrons and community while we were under construction. The construction consisted of a new drop ceiling above and around the circulation desk. The drop tiles that were there are obsolete, so a new drop ceiling was installed. No more holes and water stains! The new roof is holding up beautifully and because of that we were able to replace ALL of the water-stained panels and all of the light fixtures cleaned throughout the entire library!

Thursday, October 15, 2015